Löydetty 61 Tulokset: troubled

  • When they had boldly completed these acts, Jacob said to Simeon and Levi: “You have troubled me, and you have made me hateful to the Canaanites and the Perizzites, the inhabitants of this land. We are few. They, gathering themselves together, may strike me down, and then both I and my house will be wiped away.” (Genesis 34, 30)

  • and he said to his brothers: “My money has returned to me. See, it is held in the sack.” And they were astonished and troubled, and they said to one another, “What is this that God has done to us?” (Genesis 42, 28)

  • But you must be careful that you do not touch any of those things, as you have been instructed, for then you would be guilty of transgression, and all the camp of Israel would be under sin and would be troubled. (Joshua 6, 18)

  • And returning, they said to him: “Let not the entire people go up. Instead, let two or three thousand men go out and destroy the city. Why should all the people be troubled without cause against enemies that are so very few?” (Joshua 7, 3)

  • There, Joshua said: “Because you have troubled us, the Lord troubles you, on this day.” And all of Israel stoned him. And all the things that were his were consumed by fire. (Joshua 7, 25)

  • And Jonathan said: “My father has troubled the land. You have seen for yourselves that my eyes were brightened, because I tasted a little of this honey. (1 Samuel 14, 29)

  • I have heard that your shepherds, who were with us in the desert, were shearing. We have never troubled them, nor was anything from the flock missing to them at any time, during the entire time that they have been with us in Carmel. (1 Samuel 25, 7)

  • And so, the woman entered to Saul, (for he was very troubled) and she said to him: “Behold, your handmaid has obeyed your voice, and I have placed my life in my hand. And I have heeded the words which you spoke to me. (1 Samuel 28, 21)

  • Then Ishbosheth, the son of Saul, heard that Abner had fallen in Hebron. And his hands were weakened, and all of Israel was troubled. (2 Samuel 4, 1)

  • And he said: “I have not troubled Israel. But it is you, and the house of your father, who have abandoned the commandments of the Lord, and have followed the Baals. (1 Kings 18, 18)

  • And he stood beside him, and he was so troubled that his face became flushed. And the man of God wept. (2 Kings 8, 11)

  • Therefore, it happened that the people of the land impeded the hands of the people of Judah, and they troubled them in building. (Ezra 4, 4)


Uma filha espiritual perguntou a Padre Pio: “O Senhor cura tantas pessoas, por que não cura esta sua filha espiritual?” Padre Pio respondeu-lhe em voz baixa: “E não nos oferecemos a Deus?” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina